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Help With Divorce Cases

Divorce is defined as “the legal dissolution of a marriage by a court or other competent body.” However, those who have been directly affected by divorce know it is much more than the change of perfunctory paperwork.  Decisions made in the divorce process will not only have a lasting impact on each spouse for the rest of their lives but also their children.

No one should try to navigate the complexities of divorce alone especially when a business is involved.  If divorce or separation seems imminent for you and your spouse, enlist the experienced and understanding counsel of the divorce attorneys of Bassett Law Firm.  For over 33 years our firm has provided quality representation for couples and their children in all aspects of divorce and family law.

Understanding Counsel From The Start

The best time to start the conversation with one of our attorneys is at the onset. As soon as it appears you and your spouse are going separate ways, speaking with a trusted family law attorney allows you to push pause on the potentially traumatic emotions of it all and begin to logically consider the many options available to you should divorce be unavoidable.

Divorce does not have to be an adversarial, exhausting battle that goes to trial at great cost to you, your spouse and your children.  Ask your Bassett Law attorney about alternative dispute resolution strategies at the onset of the divorce process. This could save you undue stress and the exorbitant costs of a combative divorce.

Several Divorce Options

No matter where you are in the divorce process, an experienced Bassett Law Firm attorney can provide helpful, timely counsel for the benefit of your children and your personal interests. That being said, the earlier in the process you speak with us, the more options you and your spouse have.

You may want to avoid divorce court altogether. We can talk with you about how to accomplish this. Divorce court may be inevitable. Let us represent you and pursue the best possible outcome for you and your children. Whether going to court or bypassing court, there are alternative methods to working out the details of the dissolution of marriage.  Some of the divorce options available to you and your spouse may include:

  • Default Divorce
  • Arbitration
  • Mediation
  • Uncontested Divorce
  • Fault Divorce (Oklahoma, Arkansas)
  • No-Fault Divorce (Missouri)
  • Collaborative Divorce
  • Contested Divorce

The Dissolution Of Marriage

The dissolution of marriage is not just a matter of filing the right legal paperwork.  There are a number of important decisions that have to be made concerning your property, your future income, and your children.  Once you have decided what type of divorce is appropriate for you and your spouse, we can help you with the many ensuing negotiations that will occur and decisions that will be made.  Here are a few issues that we can provide counsel and representation for:

  • Alimony (Spousal Support)
  • Child Support
  • Property Distribution
  • Debt Allocation
  • Custody Orders
  • Visitation Rights
  • Parenting Plans
  • Residency Requirements

Experienced Family Law Attorneys In Your Area

The primary and ultimate objective of Bassett Law Firm LLP is to provide our clients with quality legal representation. We are proud of our reputation for providing cost-effectively delivering services, understanding our clients’ expectations and pursuing the best possible results for our clients in Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma.  With over 33 years experience helping our clients avoid common pitfalls in the divorce process, we are well prepared to offer family law counsel for the benefit of your divorce or separation. 
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